William H. Carpenter papers, 1906-1926 [RBML]
... copyright permission rests with the patron. Accession number--M-59. Professor of Germanic Languages and Literature, Provost of Columbia University, 1912-1926. Finding aid in repository Cataloged Christina...
Henry H. L. Schulze papers, 1910-1950 [RBML]
... to secure copyright permission rests with the patron. Source of acquisition--Schulze, Henry. Method of acquisition--Bequest; Date of acquisition--1964. Accession number--M-64. Schulze taught German language...
Victor Frühwald album and notebook, 1913-1930. [HSL]
... presumably took his courses; 18 photographs of patients before and after operations and two portrait photographs; illustrations of plastic surgery operations from unidentified German-language texts; business...
Random House dictionary records, 1947-1970 [RBML]
... 2018 Cataloged Christina Hilton Fenn 08/--/89. English language Dictionaries Reference books Publishing Encyclopedias and dictionaries Spanish language Dictionaries German language Dictionaries French...
Frederick W. J.Heuser papers, 1894-1957 [RBML]
...://id.loc.gov/authorities/names/n89631798 Butler, Nicholas Murray, 1862-1947 http://id.loc.gov/authorities/names/n50032600 Columbia University Faculty Columbia University. Deutsches Haus German literature German language German drama 19th...
Hjalmar Hjorth Boyesen papers, 1880-1895 [RBML]
..., Norwegian Education Painters England Painters France Painters Russia German language Study and teaching College teachers United States Foreign relations Cuba Photographic prints aat Columbia University...
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